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 By Grace Pohl    Sports    March 1, 2018

Spring sports bring a lot of opportunity for local support

Even though it is hard to believe with the snow on the ground, we are already in the spring season of sports at our local high schools. And boy there is a lot of different sports that go on this time of year. We have boys and girls tennis and golf, s...

 
 By PAUL DELANEY    Sports    March 1, 2018

Not much rest in offseason for Cardinal wrestlers

Fresh from a very notable trip to Mat Classic XXIX where his team took home an individual state title, Medical Lake's first-year head wrestling coach Matt Leenhouts is not letting the embers die. The...

 

Sports Week

(Note: All schedules subject to change. Consult school or facility websites to confirm.) COLLEGE BASKETBALL Men Thursday, March 1, EWU hosts Southern Utah, 6 p.m. Saturday, March 3, EWU hosts Northern Arizona, 2:05 p.m. March 6-10, EWU at Big Sky...

 
 By Davin Perry    Sports    March 1, 2018

Focused on free throws

Medical Lake’s Makayla Geiger concentrates at the free throw line in last Saturday’s 72-51 win over Zillah in the regional round of the 1A state basketball tournament at Davis High School. Geiger had a team leading and game-high 20 points,...

 

Eastern soccer will play four times this spring

After a record-breaking 2017 campaign, the Eastern Washington University women’s soccer team is prepping for their new season with four contests scheduled for the spring, head coach Chad Bodnar announced Feb. 14. The 2018 spring season has a mix...

 

Sports Briefs

MEN’S BASKETBALL Eagle men close out regular season at home with Senior Night Saturday Seeking to maintain its position to receive a first-round bye in the upcoming Big Sky Conference Tournament, the Eastern Washington University men’s...

 
 By Grace Pohl    Sports    March 1, 2018

Joining in

Eastern Washington University's interim athletics director, Lynne Hickey (center), sent off the track and field team to the Big Sky Indoor Championships in an honorable way on Feb. 21. The team ended...

 
 By PAUL DELANEY    Opinion    March 1, 2018

Way too many questions, but far too few answers

Questions, questions, questions and yet still no answers. What is it about the most recent school shooting — at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla. over two weeks ago on Valentine’s Day — that has sent the usual week-long...

 
 By FRANK WATSON    Opinion    March 1, 2018

You should eat your way to good health, especially with some meat

By FRANK WATSON Contributor I read an article in a medical journal the other day that said people who eat faux-burgers made from peas or beans eat 12 percent fewer calories at their next meal. I was astonished. Have you ever eaten that stuff? A...

 
 By AARON BEST    Opinion    March 1, 2018

It takes effort and energy to be diligent in what you do in life

To be consistent at anything in life, the characteristic of diligence must be present. To care and act as such, one must have diligence at a foundational level. This characteristic has multiple ways to describe its definition. The partial definition...

 

Cheney levy should have been evaulated with heads, not hearts

Cheney taxpayers, congratulations you just raised your taxes by $375 per year, the highest amount in Spokane County. That’s what happens when you don’t watch what’s happening in Olympia. Distant state legislature adds more property tax to fix...

 

New congressional leadership required to fix immigration

I don’t want to insult anybody’s intelligence, but still feel compelled to state the obvious: If U.S. Congressional members are forced to resign by sexual harassment charges, what about our president? Congressional Democrats have generally been...

 

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